At Monday night’s NAACP Image Awards, Halle Berry marched a look straight from the runway to the red carpet. Berry completed the look with a simple, glowing makeup and hair swept up into a relaxed bun. The dress (well, and Berry herself) even managed to move Laverne Cox to tears. “I finally met @halleberry tonight.
Celebrities including Halle Berry, Jessica Biel, Justin Timberlake, and Kelly Clarkson offered a peek at their preparations for the 2018 Golden Globe Awards.
Famous faces like Kim Kardashian, Selena Gomez, Halle Berry, and even Kris Jenner have all taken the plunge and opted for a new shade of blond.
Social media has made it so that celebrities are never off the clock — even when they’re on the toilet. While we’ve long been seeing bathroom selfies — you know, the standard mirror pix (we actually ranked all of Kim Kardashian’s ) — celebs are now upping the ante with potty pix. It’s like those old Candie’s ads with Jenny McCarthy on the pot brought to life! These oversharers are from all walks of life — from goddess Halle Berry to the less surprising Jason Biggs.
Halle Berry crushed the red carpet on Wednesday at the Toronto International Film Festival ― and we mean crushed.
Halle Berry has a reputation for being one of the most accomplished and badass women in Hollywood, this we know. While award-winning film roles may come to mind when you first think of Berry, she's also established herself as quite the hair chameleon as of late. Months later, Berry has yet to stop showing off new looks — and she's finally breaking out the rainbow hair looks.
Halle Berry wore a T-shirt dress of Michelle Obama and said it was an homage to the "strongest, most fierce woman there ever was."
Halle Berry is bringing back the '90s. The actress walked the red carpet for her new thriller film, "Kidnap," with a chunk of her hair wrapped in string.
Celebrities on the red carpet showed off glamorous gowns and suits at the 89th Annual Academy Awards. But perhaps even more captivating was the wide assortment of jewels that stars used to accessorize their looks.
On Oscar night, fans expect custom designs, couture gowns, and hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of chicness. “I was choosing between five Versace dresses this year and this was the winner,” she said of her fashion choice for the night.
Halle Berry had a major hair moment at the 2017 Oscars. While Berry has worn natural curls from time to time over the years, she told Vogue that she chose tonight’s hairstyle to accentuate her overall look. “I have always marched to the beat of my own drum, and I think this red carpet look encapsulates that,” said Berry.
Pussy Galore, Xenia Onatopp, Honey Rider, and Plenty O'Toole: Their names might be dodgy, but these women are the glamorous sidekicks to cinema’s most debonair killer — that’s 007 to you, Mr. Bond to the ladies. With Spectre, the new Bond movie starring Daniel Craig, opening this weekend, we’re taking a look back at our favorite Bond women of yesteryear. From Diana Rigg’s lace wedding jumpsuit, to Grace Jones’ Alaïa-designed ‘80s power wardrobe, to Ursula Andress’ iconic white bikini, we’ll show you how to channel their most alluring and kick-ass looks.
If you’ve ever stared at a picture of Halle Berry and wondered how many SK-II masks it takes for her to look exactly the same as her 25-year-old self, you can stop calculating.
Halle Berry competing in the Miss World Pageant in 1986/Getty Images. In honor of our Editor-in-Chief Bobbi Brown’s interview with Oscar winning actress Halle Berry , we decided to take a look back at the star before she made her on-screen debut—going all the way back to her pageant days. In 1986 she became the first African-American entrant in the Miss World competition, where she finished sixth. Her breakthrough film role came six years later when she starred alongside Eddie Murphy inBoomerang .
Attention Hollywood actresses: Looking for a short cut to an Oscar nod? Go for the grunge. Today’s Golden Globe nominations feature a slew of leading ladies (Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Rosamund Pike, Julianne Moore) who purposefully deglammed themselves for their roles in 2014. Call it the Charlize Theron effect—the actress won an Oscar for gaining 30 pounds, shaving her eyebrows and donning prosthetic teeth to play a serial killer in Monster in 2003— as Hollywood’s golden girls like Reese Witherspoon and Rosamund Pike lose the glitz and glam for unmade faces, normcore fashion, and a few crazy moments.